# Two airplanes take off from the same airport, one traveling east and the other traveling west. At a given point in time, one of the airplanes has flown 329 miles and the other has flown 521 miles. At that point in time, how far apart are they? You must write your answer in complete sentence form and include correct units for credit. Divide.

Math 1060 Math Pathways Test Two
SHOW ALL WORK. You may use a calculator but you must write down all the steps of each calculation on your test.
Each answer is worth 2 points. You must follow all instructions to receive credit. No partial credit will be given.
For all measurement conversions, you must use the conversion factors from our class formula sheet only.
Multiply. 1) 4 · (-3) · (-5) · 4 · (-3)
Evaluate.2) 3 – (-3) · (-3)3
Solve. 3)
On January 5, the temperature at a camp site near the arctic circle was 4° Fahrenheit. The temperature
dropped 5° F per day for 17 days. What was the temperature on January 17? You must write your answer
in complete sentence form and include correct units for credit.
Subtract.4) 0.84 – (-46) Find the product. 5) (-310)2
1
Simplify. 6) (5 – 15)
2 ÷ (2 – 4)
2
7) -3 · (-4 + 2.3) Solve. 8)
Two airplanes take off from the same airport, one traveling east and the other traveling west. At a given
point in time, one of the airplanes has flown 329 miles and the other has flown 521 miles. At that point in
time, how far apart are they? You must write your answer in complete sentence form and include correct
units for credit. Divide. 9)
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